9th International Yoga Day Celebration
Life Spring Yoga Institute is celebrating the 9th International Yoga Day on June 21, 2023. We are organizing a yoga practice session in honor of the great masters of Yoga who shaped the modern form of Yoga. All respected yoga members and practitioners are invited to participate and show their respect and gratitude.
The venue for the event is Manik Rao ji ka Shree Jumma dada Vyayam Madir at Dandia Bazar, and the session will start at 06:am. Participants are requested to arrive by 5:45 am positively.
9th International Day of Yoga celebration at Vyayam Madir Dandia Bazar
The history of Vadodara is rich with yoga heritage, and this event aims to contribute to the legacy of yoga as a whole. This global recognition has played a significant role in spreading the practice of yoga worldwide.
The celebration of International Yoga Day brings individuals and communities together to engage in yoga practices, meditation, and related activities. It serves as a reminder of the numerous benefits of yoga for physical health, mental well-being, and overall harmony.
The United Nations recognized June 21 as the International Day of Yoga
Yoga is India’s greatest legacy and a glorious gift to the world. Practicing, promoting, and propagating this tradition is a privilege. The United Nations recognized the universal appeal of yoga in 2014 and proclaimed June 21 as the International Day of Yoga through resolution 69/131.
This year, India is celebrating the 9th International Day of Yoga under the theme “Yoga for Vasudhaiv Kutumbakam” (Yoga for ‘The World is One Family’). This theme highlights the idea of interconnectedness among all people and promotes unity and harmony across different backgrounds and cultures. On this International Yoga Day, Life Spring Yoga Institute is dedicating their practice to the Vadodara’s yogic legacy & great teachers in Vadodara, Professor Manik Rao ji and Swami Kuvalayānanda ji.
Swami Kuvalayānanda who embarked on the significant endeavor of training large groups of yoga teachers to spread physical education throughout India since 1930s.
Rajratna Rajpriya Professor Manikrao
And Professor Manik Rao, also known as Rajratna, Rajpriya, who dedicated his life to building the physical fitness of the youth through innovative approaches. The institution Manik Rao ji ka Shree Jumma dada Vyayam Madir, in Vadodara is nurtured by his devoted pupil, Rajratna, Rajpriya, Prof. Manik Rao, and is a tribute to his saintly personality.
This institution has preserved the essence of Mallakhamb, a traditional sport originating from the Indian subcontinent. Mallakhamb involves gymnasts performing aerial yoga or gymnastic postures and wrestling grips in concert with a vertical stationary or hanging wooden pole, cane, or rope.
The students of Life Spring Yoga Institute are encouraged to come together and contribute to the legacy of yoga in Vadodara. By participating in this event, they can uphold the traditions and values associated with yoga in their community.